A Reimplementation of Winamp 2.9 in HTML5 and JavaScript

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A reimplementation of Winamp 2.9 in HTML5 and JavaScript.
Give it a try!
Works in modern versions of Edge, Firefox, Safari and Chrome. IE is not
supported.

Features
Decodes the actual skin file in your browser so you can load your favorite
Winamp 2 skins!
Load local audio or skin files via drag-and-drop, eject button, or “options”
button (upper left-hand corner)
Both visualization modes: oscilloscope and spectrum
Hotkeys
“Shade” mini-mode
“Doubled” mode, where the main window is twice as large: Ctrl-D
A more detailed list of features can be found in features.md.
Use Winamp2-js in your project PRE ALPHA
Several people have expressed interest in including Winamp2-js inside their website. In an attempt to try this out, I have published Winamp2-js as an NPM package. You can attempt to use it in your JS project like so:
Install the package:
npm install –save winamp2-js
npm install –save babel-polyfill

Create a DOM element somewhere in your HTML document:

Initialize Winamp2-js in your JavaScript:
import ‘babel-polyfill’;
import Winamp from ‘winamp2-js’;

const


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Read more of this story at Slashdot.


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I first told you about Polly in late 2016 in my post Amazon Polly – Text to Speech in 47 Voices and 24 Languages. After that AWS re:Invent launch, we added support for Korean, five new voices, and made Polly available in all Regions in the aws partition. We also added whispering, speech marks, a timbre effect, and dynamic range compression.
New WordPress Plugin Today we are launching a WordPress plugin that uses Polly to create high-quality audio versions of your blog posts. You can access the audio from within the post or in podcast form using a feature that we call Amazon Pollycast! Both options make your content more accessible and can help you to reach a wider audience. This plugin was a joint effort between the AWS team our friends at AWS Advanced Technology Partner WP Engine.
As you will see, the plugin is easy to install and


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By Navin Shenoy
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More: Security Exploits and Intel Products (Press Kit) | Security Research Findings (Intel.com)
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Ultimately, these updates will be made available in most cases through OEM firmware updates. I can’t emphasize enough how critical it is


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